Broadcast Episodes (BSB)
Episodes 88-90 (Jean-Francois' Story)
w Margaret Phelan and Veronica Henry
Jean-Francois is in love with Melody, or is it Victoria Frobisher?
Complications arise, and Professor Brelan decides his peace is best served
if the boy is transferred away.
Intro: Doctor Chazalon
Departing: Jean-Francois Baul
Director Andrew Higgs
(16th - 20th October 1990)
91-93 (Ghost in the Machine)
w Jonathan Myerson and Julian Spilsbury
While Victoria and Melody are patching up their differences over the now
departed Jean-Francois, strange things are beginning to happen on the
ship. Is there a ghost on board?
Director Tom Kingdon
(23rd - 27th October 1990)
94-96 (Michaelangelo's Psychopath Captain)
w Veronica Henry, Joanne Maguire and
The cause of the mysterious events is revealed: The previous captain of
the Michaelangelo was murdered by one of his loopier officers. The plot
was all computer-planned and executed, and somehow the programme has
kicked itself back in. Can it be stopped before someone is killed?
Intro: Commander Drummond, Gabriella Tanzi
and Philippe Gervais
Re-intro: Fiona McBride
Departing: Captain Creasy and Sara Robbins
Director: Alister Hallum
(30th October - 3rd November 1990)
97-99 (Acting-Captain Finbow Lewis)
w Torrey Steed and Helen Leadbeater
Finbow is thrown unprepared into the role of acting-captain after the
much-loved Creasy's departure. How can he cope without making his usual
mistakes, especially with a hostile Brelan on his tail?
Director Andrew Higgs
(6th - 10th November 1990)
100-102 (Sideburner Tragedy)
w Margaret Phelan and Jonathan Myerson
The most unfortunate of freak accidents kills Michaelangelo's popular
Principal, Paul Lockwood, and badly injuries Mercedes Page. Rebecca
Harvey, who was very fond of Paul, though she didn't realise the fact
until too late, is distraught. The entire university compliment is thrown
into abject gloom and despondency. Finbow feels that he was to blame.
Director: Tom Kingdon
(13th - 17th November 1990)
103-105 (Social Secretary & The Stowaway)
w Joanne Maguire and Julian Spilsbury
The elections are under way for the much-coveted position of university
social secretary. One such hopeful decides to stun the voters with an
election video, despite the fact that most of them can't stand her. New
student Gabriella Tanzi decides she wants to be the first woman to visit
an unexplored moon and stows away on Commander Drummond's shuttle pod.
Director: Alistair Hallum
(20th - 24th November 1990)
106-108 (G33 & The First Jupiter Baby)
w Joanne Maguire, Torrey Steed and Helen
Gabriella is in trouble both physically and with the university staff.
Melody has discovered she is pregnant by Daniel after a party. Should she
be the first woman in Jupiter orbit to become a mother?
Director: Andrew Higgs
(27th November - 1st December 1990)
Note: This was the final week of BSB's transmission
before Sky Television's take-over. The station had an end-of-term
atmosphere as the presenters and announcers made their farewells. Episodes
109-150 of Jupiter Moon were eventually broadcast in the UK on the Sci-Fi
channel (no details known).